Electronics Forum | Wed Dec 08 12:58:49 EST 2004 | clampron
If it were my money and I had your specifications to achive, I would go Mydata. One platform, chip shooter, optical centering, mechanical centering, electrical verification (that works)smart feeders that work, etc.... I have worked on several platfor
Electronics Forum | Thu Sep 13 03:10:09 EDT 2012 | weyes
Optimize the pcb assembly layout can enhance the performance of the converter for switch-mode converters, excellent PCB layout is critical to the performance of the best system.If the pcb assembly layout is poorly designed, it may result in the fol
Electronics Forum | Thu Apr 26 15:57:08 EDT 2007 | grantp
Hi, I would get a second hand MYDATA, and that should do the trick. Lots of feeders available, and easy to program. Good for small volume, but not high volume.
Electronics Forum | Fri Apr 11 16:11:32 EDT 2003 | stefwitt
The question new or used was discussed several times. If you start fresh and have no experience with one or the other machine vendor, I would get a new machine, whose supplier has a service tech in driving distance. If you select the used machine pa
Electronics Forum | Sat Jun 13 00:25:59 EDT 1998 | Scott McKee
Last October I purchased a Mydata over a Phillips and Amistar. I've done things on my Mydata that is impossible on the other machines. I can build the top side and the bottom side of two boards at the same time (I print both sides at once). I can "
Electronics Forum | Mon Jan 16 16:07:16 EST 2006 | mdm4ua
Mydata has a guy in Seattle but we have had only one time in five years we had to wait more than a day for sevice and we are in Florida and they are Boston. Most of the time you they can get you back up and running over the phone.
Electronics Forum | Tue Jan 17 05:28:05 EST 2006 | Rob
Well said Grant. Sad thing is people fall for glossy brochures, hype, sales pater & numbers etc. and not actual facts. If you want something that will run 24/7 forever you buy a Fuji, it has the proven pedigree. Pete, don't you sell Mydata's?